Ya lost me, but I'll answer what I think
Originally Posted by myrnsterMash
There is no D: drive, G: is your optical drive.
Nice job on the Disk Management ... I usually have to admonish a member who doesn't expand the status column - but you did
The flash drive is marked active, so I'm at a loss to explain why it doesn't boot.
The PUP in post #1 has been gone a long time. The ISO it came in was mounted as drive F: - that ISO is also gone.
The only other identified threat was Poweliks - ESET Poweliks tool confirmed that is gone.
All other on-demand scanners have reported no threats or cleaned up minor things.
Why run Bitdefender Rescue? Because it is a Linux boot, it doesn't load Windows registry or startup items ... malware can't load.
The scan on my machine just finished and it found 10 things ... I had to scan it a 2nd time after updating the CD.
Why? The CD was created before 1607 was released and it reported some system files are malware. After updating the CD, the files were no longer reported as malware.
Given that all of these things are brand new to you and we're at a point where a mistake could be costly (more time spent on this that could be better spent on anything else ), I think the best thing to do is change gears once again.
The objective remains the same - give you an All Clear signal. You'll just use a different tool
ESET online had issues, Bitdefender Rescue caused grey hair ... so Windows Defender Offline will have to suffice.
Settings > Updates & security > Defender
scroll down to Defender offline and launch it.
There are only two things remaining after Defender offline, Dism & SFC, and neither require booting to external media.
Command Prompt (Admin)
Enter the following lines in the Command Prompt window:
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
If there are any errors on the screen after the commands run,
Navigate to C:\Windows\Logs
Right click the CBS folder
Select Send to > Compressed (zip) folder
answer yes to place on Desktop
Attach the zip folder to your next post
Run DISM in Command Prompt
Run SFC /ScanNOW in Command Prompt